What Are Vaginal Contractions?
There are two different types of contractions which are going to be spoken about through this article. These are contractions in relation to pregnancy and vaginal contractions commonly associated with penetration and sexual intercourse. Both of these different types of vaginal contractions will be explained with the aim to provide you with more information so that you can assist your body.
Vaginal Contractions and Pregnancy
This type of vaginal contractions are the most commonly known about and are expected when a woman is ready to give birth to her baby. Vaginal contractions, in this case, are entirely normal and are a clear sign that the female body is preparing itself for birth.
They occur when the muscles within the uterus tighten and relax within specific time frames, acting almost like a countdown to the birth of a baby. The muscles within the uterus work just as any other muscle in the body would, contracting and relaxing as it works. However, the purpose of vaginal contractions are somewhat more miraculous and have been cleverly designed to enable a woman’s body to manipulate itself into the correct size, shape, and position for a baby to travel down the birth canal.
As vaginal contractions grow in strength, and the time in between them reduces to almost nothing, the baby will be imminent. The baby will by this point have moved into the correct position itself with its head ready to go down the birth canal first and to ease the way for the wider parts of its body, such as the shoulders and hips. Vaginal contractions can be painful but are a woman’s body doing exactly what it was created to do in a very natural way.
Vaginal Contractions and Sex
Vaginal contractions associated with penetration and those occurring during sexual intercourse are less commonly known about. For the women who experience this, they can be either uncomfortable or extremely painful, depending on pain thresholds. Vaginal contractions occur when the muscles within the vagina involuntarily contract when they are faced with the concept of penetration. Vaginal contractions of this kind are medically termed as vaginismus. This is nothing to be ashamed of and can happen to anyone. In this instance, there is usually nothing medically wrong with the vagina and is instead classed as a sexual dysfunction which can be successfully treated.
Vaginal contractions do not just happen when penetration is attempted. They can actually also occur when:
• A gynecological examination is attempted
• If a woman uses a tampon
• When she is touched around the vaginal area.
When a woman suffers from vaginismus, it can cause her to feel many different things, including:
• Embarrassment, frustration, lackluster
• No longer sexually attractive
• A decrease in her quality of general life
• Breakdown in relationships
• Unable to perform sexual acts in any way.
It seems that although this medical complaint is still classed as uncommon, that there are many women worldwide suffering from this type of vaginal contraction and they can be classified into two different groups: Primary and Secondary:
• Primary vaginismus is defined as a condition where women have never been able to achieve penetration at all.
• Secondary vaginismus is defined as being a condition where penetration has been possible in the past, but for some reason, penetration is no longer able to occur either without pain or at all. This can be due to trauma, gynecological surgery, or even trauma.
Vaginal Contractions and Menopause
There is a third alternative, too. This occurs because the estrogen levels within the woman’s body are significantly reduced due to menopause, and therefore, the vagina has a lack of lubrication and lack of elasticity.
This makes penetration and sexual intercourse stressful, uncomfortable, and painful, which often leads women in this position to stop attempting sex at all. In this instance, it could be beneficial for a woman to try using Vaginal Tightening Gel as a form of lubrication and to help eliminate any dryness.
Amaira Vaginal Tightening Gel
Amaira Vaginal Tightening Gel is a product loved by thousands of women around the world for many different reasons. It has been created from plant-based only products and can be used by women of any skin type. It has no scent and does not cause itching, inflammation, or irritation to the skin even when applied to the most sensitive of areas. Women who suffer from vaginal contractions or vaginismus like Amaira Vaginal Tightening Gel because it:
• Acts as a natural lubricant
• Eradicates vaginal dryness
• Can be applied within the comfort of their own home
• Removes the embarrassment of medical professionals, examinations and probing
• Can be used right before sex
• Is an aid to effective, successful and better sex
• Increases orgasms frequency or power
• Enhances sex drive, self-confidence, and self-esteem
• Helps her to form or reform sexual relationships
• Makes her quality of life better overall.
Applying Amaira Tightening Gel
Amaira Tightening Gel can be applied really simply and from within the comforts of your own home. All you have to do is dispense the correct amount of the Tightening Gel on to your hand, which is usually between one and three pumps of the dispenser.
Having moved the required amount of gel on to a couple of fingers, you just need to slide the gel carefully, slowly and gently into the vagina and begin massaging the gel into the vaginal walls and on to the outer labia. Within minutes, you will begin to feel a pleasant tingly type sensation. Do not be alarmed by this, this is when you know that the Amaira Vaginal Tightening Gel is starting to work its magic and is absorbing correctly.
After just six minutes, the gel will be fully absorbed into the walls of your vagina, and this is the stage when you can have sexual intercourse if you so desire. It is entirely safe for a man to have Amaira Tightening Gel on his penis and will not cause any detrimental side effects, it will only increase the pleasure for both participants. Use the gel every day so that the improvement, comfort, and ease of sexual penetration can be continued.
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